Articles about Diabetes
11 Jul 2022India
Bhargav Sri Prakash, an Indian biomedical tech entrepreneur, was recently awarded the world's first patent for a "digital vaccine"—a platform that addresses real-world health issues via the metaverse—by the US Patent and Trademark Office.
20 Jun 2022Twitter
Billionaire Mark Cuban has received widespread praise this weekend for selling low-cost prescription medicines through his start-up Cost Plus Drug Company launched earlier this year.
28 Aug 2020HealthBytes
There are medicines for keeping diabetes in check.
16 Aug 2020HealthBytes
High blood sugar occurs when your body fails to transport sugar from blood into cells.
21 Apr 2020Health & Wellness
Apart from making our food taste great, Apple cider vinegar (ACV) is known to have various amazing medicinal properties.
16 Jan 2020Health & Wellness
Being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes means gearing up for a completely different lifestyle, which may involve frequent medical appointments, a more active daily routine, medications, and most importantly, healthier food habits.
02 Dec 2019Brazil
As many as 380 million people around the world suffer from the condition of diabetes.
02 Nov 2019India
As Diabetes Awareness Month kicked off yesterday, popular singer Nick Jonas penned a heartfelt note, talking of his Type 1 diabetes diagnosis and how he has been dealing with the disease for 14 years now.
04 Oct 2019Netherlands
As common as diabetes is these days, the condition is not easy to manage. However, a 22-year-old Dutch software engineer, suffering from diabetes, has perhaps made living with the medical condition a lot easier.
12 Aug 2019India
Diabetes is growing rapidly in India, with a whopping 72 million cases recorded in 2017 itself.
24 Jul 2019Pakistan News
Legendary Pakistan fast bowler Wasim Akram shared a horrific experience which he endured in England.
23 Jul 2019Japan
People suffering from diabetes tend to keep track of their eating habits and sugar intake.
01 Jul 2019India
Unfortunately, diabetes is growing rapidly in India, with around 72 million cases recorded in 2017 itself.
10 Jul 2018India
Though still relatively rare, the menace of Type-2 Diabetes is growing considerably among teenagers and young adults.